Hotel Royal Corin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Insanity is the best word to describe today. There is a huge game this morning that potentially knocks England out of the World Cup, as it has been explained to me. Unfortunately, we are sitting too close to the drum corp but otherwise this is a blast. Everyone, including us, is decked out in red and blue with painted faces! Go Costa ...
... so hard to stay in the same place. I loved it!! We stayed for about 90 minutes. And was rather hot after that! Wet bikinis aren't the best attire for dinner. So we had 10 minutes to get changed back at the hotel before heading back out for dinner at 9pm. We went to the Lava Lounge - a cool looking place in town. I had a salad wrap - it was so tasty. But expensive at $10! Afterwards, we tried to go to a club. But they were all a bit rubbish, so ended up back at the pool for a ...
... This proved much more enjoyable than the zip lining.
Once we had gone through the regulation dozen lines intertwined through the forest, we were taken to the top of the hill, then up on a platform a little further to ascend to the dual lines. Here, two people could propel themselves over the top of the forest canopy at once in a race to ...
... what when the Romance Languages were invented…but why on earth would they ever let there be so many irregular verbs. It is the same in French. There are like 6 regular verbs and the rest are irregular, meaning that you have to memorize the conjugations instead of just following a pattern.
In both languages, the most important of verbs seem to be irregular. To be: in Spanish, there are 5 different irregular verbs that ...
... he was really amazing, friendly, great English, and he spent an incredible amount of his time helping us get out of a jam (OK, it is his job, but still, I bet he could have gotten out of it if he had wanted to). The Policia Turistica (somehow it sounds less silly in Spanish) apparently don't have a car at the moment, so we ended up having to pick him up and drop him off at the station multiple times, but of course, we didn't mind.